How do I renew a state ID card in Florida? Florida

Renewing Your Florida Identification Card

No matter if you're a pre-teen, teen, or senior citizen, a state ID card can be a valuable document. But, like a drivers license, it does need to be renewed.
 
The state allows you to renew your FL ID card in one of two ways: in person at a driver license office or online.

Renew In Person


  1. Go to a drivers license office.
  2. Bring acceptable proof of identification, Social Security number, and residential address.
  3. Pay the $25 renew ID fee.

Renew Online


  1. Go to the Florida GoRenew site.
  2. Follow the instructions provided.
  3. Pay the $25 renew ID fee with a Visa, MasterCard, or American Express card.

Avoid an Expired ID

You must renew your ID every eight years (every four years if you're younger than 14); otherwise, it will expire and no longer be a valid form of identification for teens or any other age group.

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